Talk about a room with a view — this Battery Park apartment has several. 

Located at the Ritz-Carlton at 10 West St., the duplex has been dubbed a 5,088-square-foot "townhouse in the sky,” by its  listing with TOWN Residential. According to a spokeswoman from the real estate firm, the owner originally bought 31E and lived in the unit for a few years before buying 32E and completing a full-gut renovation and combination.

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This five-bedroom, six-bathroom home doesn’t come cheap, however, or even semi-expensive. For $12,888,000, there are not only the views — "Statue of Liberty, Governor’s Island, Verrazano Bridge and further panoramas of the New York Harbor” —but also the finishes to match.

  • 600-bottle wine cellar and full bar featuring walnut wood paneling
  • 1,400-square-foot-plus master wing, including a spa-inspired bathroom, windowed changing room and library, all with water views.
  • Lutron lighting system, Audio Request music server with speakers throughout, Niles receiver, and electronic blackout shades
  • Venetian plaster walls 
  • Several hidden storage areas in the home
  • Building with a 24-hour doorman and concierge, room service, housekeeping, valet parking, fitness center, spa, business center and restaurant

Even if you can’t afford the views — which even include a closet that looks out onto the scenic urban landscape —then take a look at these photos of the apartment and see if you can spot Lady Liberty.